Veteran’s Affairs – General Information
The Lurleen B. Wallace Office of Veteran's Affairs/Financial Aid Office:
-Processes veteran education benefit applications, changes, and terminations.
-Verifies course enrollment.
-Coordinates course of study with Academic Advisors.
- Maintains student records.
Alabama State G.I. Dependents' Scholarship Program
Alabama State Disabled Veteran Dependent Scholarship Program also called the Alabama State G.I. Dependents’ Scholarship Program or Alabama GI Bill. A student may be eligible to receive the G.I. Dependents Scholarship if the student is a dependent of a disabled Alabama Veteran. A student must apply with the State of Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs to determine eligibility. The State of Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs will issue a Certificate of Eligibility to the education institution requested at the time of application. If a student changes their program of study or institution of choice they must complete a S-5 form and submit it to the Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs for a new certificate.
Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs
P. O. Box 1509
Montgomery, AL 36102-1509.
For additional information please visit their website at: www.va.state.al.us then click on Scholarship Programs. You may also contact your the Veterans Service Office in your county.
The Federal Department of Veteran's Affairs determines eligibility and maintains veteran records in electronic format.
Montgomery Regional Office: 1-800-827-1000
Muskogee Regional Office: 1-888-442-4551 - VA National Phone Center
VA's GI Bill Web Site: http://www.gibill.va.gov/
US Department of Veterans Affairs Web Site: http://www.va.gov/
Responsibilities of the LBWCC Student Veteran
The LBWCC student veteran must:
- Report any change in enrollment status to the LBWCC Veteran's Affairs Office.
- Coordinate their course enrollment with their respective Academic Advisors.
To apply for Chapter 30, 33, 35, 1606 or 1607 VA Benefits you should visit the ebenefits website.
Please click on the appropriate chapter for the required documentation that must be received by the VA Certifying Official.
Chapter 33 Transfer of Entitlement
Enrollment Certification will be completed by the VA Certifying Official as follows:
All Veteran's GI Bill Benefits will be certified by term. It is the student's responsibility to contact the VA Certifying Official and request certification at the beginning of each term. If a student fails to contact the VA Certifying Official at the beginning of each term, this will delay the processing of the students monthly check by the VA. If the student changes their enrollment, the student should notify the VA Certifying Official immediately so their enrollment status can be amended with the VA. The VA Certifying Official will check the enrollment status of each student monthly and report changes accordingly.
Tuition Assistance Program - visit www.goarmyed.com
As of October 1, 2011, all active duty Army, Army National Guard, and the Selective Reserve members must apply for their tuition assistance benefit through he Go Army Ed website. Go Army Ed has created two videos to help you with applying for Army Education Tuition Assistance program. You may view this videos by clicking on either one of the following links: GoArmyEd Class Enrollment
or GoArmyEd Program and Class Enrollment
America's Debt Help Organization
helps veteran students become aware of what options are available for them through the federal government and what programs the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) has to help active duty service members and veterans. They also provide information and services to military personnel and their families. Below is a list of web pages that may be helpful to you.